Quoted from pacmanretro:
Him, on his own...not 200 chart but 100 chart, yes...it's been a long time for a single song of his own to make main stream pop top 100. Not 40 years...and not for an overall album, and yes with others it has been within last couple years...
Your trying to make some trivial point to bring yourself up at the expense of other mellow people trying to enjoy their own thing. Your facts are exaggerated and pointless and I fail to see why you care.
Feel free to drain this topic.
I don't think it's a trivial point at all. 2 minutes use of the Billboard search engine gave me all the information that I needed.
Let's remove the three songs that have charted in recent years with country artists:
It's Five O'Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett - Peaked at #17 on 9.6.2003
Hey Good Lookin' - Jimmy Buffett With Clint Black, Kenny Chesney, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith & George Strait - Peaked at #63 on 7.3.2004
Knee Deep- Zac Brown Band Featuring Jimmy Buffett - Peaked at #18 on 8.6.2011
Of the remainder, I've reordered them chronologically.
Come Monday- Peaked at #30 on 7.13.1974
Margaritaville - Peaked at #8 on 7.23.1977
Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes - Peaked at #37 on 11.5.1977
Cheeseburger In Paradise - Peaked at #32 on 6.17.1978
Livingston Saturday Night - Peaked at #52 on 9.9.1978
Fins - Peaked at #35 on 11.3.1979
Mañana - Peaked at #84 on 12.9.1978
Volcano - Peaked at #66 on 1.19.1980
Survive - Peaked at #77 on 3.29.1980
It's My Job - Peaked at #57 on 3.28.1981
Ok... so I owe you an apology. it's been 13,502 days since Jimmy Buffet last had a hit. That's not 40 years, it's only 36 years, 11 months and 16 days. Be "mellow" and "enjoy your thing", but also understand that as a pin theme, this will fall as flat as the PBR Can Crusher.